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  • The 2004 South American Under-19 Women's Football Championship was held in Encarnación, Paraguay (group A), Caracas, Venezuela (group B), Sucre, Bolivia (group C) and in Angra dos Reis, Brazil (Final round), from 11 to 29 May 2004. It was the first edition of the South American Youth Women's Championship and the only one with an age limit of 19 years. Team Brazil won this tournament and qualified to the 2004 FIFA U-19 Women's World Championship. (en)
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